Orlean grows into a hurricane off the coast of Mexico


Orlean, off Mexico’s Pacific coast, turned into a hurricane on Saturday. National Hurricane Center. A slow-moving cyclone is powerful Storm Ian Extreme weather continues across states in the southeastern United States.

Orlean is located about 235 miles south-southwest of Cabo Corrientes and was moving north at nearly 5 miles per hour Saturday morning, according to the National Hurricane Center. By Saturday night, the storm is expected to move north-northeast at a “slightly faster rate.”

The storm’s maximum sustained winds were nearly 75 miles per hour, and the gusts were even higher, with strong tropical storm winds extending up to 45 miles from the center of the storm. “It is expected to strengthen steadily through Sunday,” the Japan Meteorological Agency said.

Orlene is Be expected It will eventually weaken before reaching the coast of mainland Mexico early next week.

Certain areas of Mexico can receive 3 to 5 inches of rain, with localized precipitation reaching 10 inches, creating the risk of flash floods and landslides. The National Hurricane Center has warned of “life-threatening wave and rip current conditions” along the southwest coast of Mexico and the southernmost tip of the Baja California peninsula.

Regions across the mainland coast of Mexico were under tropical storm warning and monitoring, as well as hurricane monitoring. The National Hurricane Center said it expected more advisories to be issued throughout the day on Saturday.

US embassies and consulates in Mexico advised People in affected areas should monitor local media and the National Hurricane Center for updates on the storm, seek shelter if necessary, and check with airlines for potential flight impacts.

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